|Born||1 February 1888,Zdynia, Galicia (Eastern Europe)|
|Died||6 August 1914,Gorlice|
|Martyred by||Dietrich from Linz, for the Austro-Hungarian Empire|
|Means of martyrdom||firing squad|
|Venerated in||Eastern Orthodoxy|
September 6th, 1994, Gorliceby Polish Orthodox Church
New Orthodox Church of theHoly Trinity, Gorlice
|Feast||September 6 (Old Calendar)|
Maxim Sandovich is a New Martyr and Orthodox saint. He is the protomartyr of the Lemko people. He was trained as an Orthodox priest, and was executed by the Austro-Hungarian Empire as a Russophile. After his execution, his wife was imprisoned in Talerhof, where his son, also named Maxim Sandovich, was born.
- Lambertsen, Isaac E. (1999). Holy New Hieromartyr Maximus Sandovich: Protomartyr of the Lemko People. Saint John of Kronstadt Press. ISBN 0-912927-94-1.
- Maximus Sandovich at lemko.org
- The Persecution and Death of Father Maxim Sandovich at The Hermitage of the Holy Cross
- Sandowicz, Tatiana (6 March 1992). "In Memory of Rev. Maksym Sandowicz, a Martyr of Talehof". Karpatska Rus' (Yonkers, New York): 3.
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